AnimatorHD - Stop Motion Software
professional stop motion and previsualization software

Interface



overview
3D stereography / multiangle
background mode
big time code window
chroma key
difference key
export to Adobe After Effects
export to images & AVI
frame averaging
histogram
lipsync and audioscope
markers
onion skin
shortcuts & serial port
rotoscope mode
still cameras support
time lapse
video deck remote control
x-sequencer
zoom tool

rotoscope mode







Rotoscope mode has external window and three different manners of work:

- mix stored-rotoscope frames - mixes stored frames on disk with an individual frames of the rotoscope file

- mix stored-live and last frame stored-rotoscope frame - mixes stored frames with live feed, but if the current frame is the last one, stored and rotoscope frame are mixed

- mix stored-live - works as in Grabber mode and rotoscope frames are viewed in the rotoscope window only


Imports video clip (AVI), which will be used as a basis for animation when created. In order to import a file one must first activate the sequence, for which the clip is meant. Each sequence can have its own rotoscope file.
In order to change the imported rotoscope file, one must remove it and import another one into its place.

Use external window only

Checked switches rotoscope view to mix stored-live (as in Grabber mode). Rotoscope frames are visible in rotoscope window only.

Use for last sequence frame only

Checked switches rotoscope view to mix stored-live and last frame stored-rotoscope frame. If the 'Use external window only' is checked this option is ignored. To switch to the 'Use for last sequence frame only' first uncheck 'Use external window only' option.

If you want to use rotoscope mode as in previous version of AnimatorHD uncheck both 'Use for last sequence frame only' and 'Use external window only'

If the current frame is the last frame in the active sequence, rotoscope shows a synchronous + one frame forward.
If the current frame is prior, rotoscope shows the synchronous frame.

 

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